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Governance in Global Health: Achieving Impact and Sustainability through Integrated Community Case Management - Shared screen with speaker view
Leon RABARIJAONA
20:24
Hello Everyone, Leon Paul Rabarijaona, UNICEF Garowe FO Somalia.
Emmanuel Okallany Odeke
20:25
Emmanuel Odeke, USAID RHITES-N, Lango Uganda
Peninah Kamau
20:37
Peninah Kamau,Health NGOs Network(HENNET) Kenya
Neema Kimambo
20:39
Neema Rusibamayila Kimambo WHO/AFRO Brazzaville
Abayomi Adeosun
21:14
Abayomi Adeosun, Sydani Initiative for International Development
Joseph Monehin
21:52
Joseph Monehin, Senior Child Health Advisor, USAID Washington
Peter Baffoe
22:10
Peter Baffoe, UNICEF Nigeria office
Sita Strother
22:28
Thank you for joining! Feel free to introduce yourself in the chat box.
Jasper Abor
22:31
Jasper Abor-USAID RHITES-N, Lango, Uganda
Peter Winskill
22:50
Pete Winskill, Imperial College London
Jenny Lye
23:01
Jenny Lye, PAHO
Nsofwa Sukwa
23:03
Nsofwa Sukwa, Clinical Research Fellow, CIDRZ, Zambia.
Patrick Kachur
23:18
Patrick Kachur, Columbia University
Chonge Kitojo
23:34
Chonge Kitojo- USAID Tanzania
Samuel Girma
23:37
Samuel Girma, Senior Malaria Advisor, USAID/Ethiopia
Adan Mahdi
23:40
HI Every one I'm Adan Mahdi Nutrition Technical Specialist Save the Children Somalia
Latasha Allen
24:51
Greetings! Latasha, HHS
Anima Sharma
25:10
Hi
Susanne Stein
25:18
Susanne Stein, MSF_OCA, Malaria/iCCM Implementer
Sita Strother
25:28
Thank you to those who just joined! Feel free to add your questions to the chat during the presentation.
Abimbola Olayemi
26:04
Hello everyone. I am Abimbola OLAYEMI, msh Nigeria
Franco Gabala
26:18
Hi everyone, Gabala Franco, Women Health Channel Uganda
Amanda Murungi
27:59
Hello, Amanda Murungi, Mulago National Referral Hospital, Uganda
Dyness Kasungami-Matoba
29:50
Hello from the Secretariat of the Task Force. Great to see old and new colleagues.
Nefra Faltas
31:35
Warm hellos to all. Nefra Faltas, Senior Child Health Advisor & iCCM focal point, USAID/Washington
Dyness Kasungami-Matoba
32:17
Indeed some of us have been championing iCCM for over 15 years. Why haven't we seen the anticipated success of iCCM in better access to timely care and reduction of mortality in target populations?
San San Nu
33:23
Thanks for all participants.
Sarah Naikoba
33:57
Sarah Naikoba - USAID MCHN Activity Uganda
Maureen Amutuhaire
34:58
Dr Amutuhaire Maureen MoH Uganda
Valentina Buj
35:48
Valentina Buj, UNICEF, Malaria Advisor & iCCM Task Team Lead
ISEGHOHIMEN EGUAVON
35:53
Iseghohimen Eguavon, MSH PMI-S Ebonyi, Nigeria
Sita Strother
45:39
You are welcome to post your questions in the chat for us to address during the Q&A!
Patrick Kachur
52:00
QUESTION: What were the sources of data available for your assessments in 47 countries?
Anne Linn
54:56
Here is the link to the manuscript published on this work: https://gh.bmj.com/content/bmjgh/6/3/e003257.full.pdf
Emmalita MaƱalac
58:00
As far as I can recall there are three strands for iccm, sick child, newborn care, early child dev and nutrition. Which strand had most acceptability and impact?
Franco Pagnoni
58:18
response to Dyness question. we have not seen the anticipated success of iCCM for mainly two reasons: a) lack of solid evidence of impact on mortality (nearly impossible to provide given it would need a randomised trial, which would have major ethical problems): b) still unresolved problem of how to remunerate/motivate CHWs (volunteers vs. employees), hence uncertain sustainability
Eric Swedberg
58:20
The four key challenges in iCCM governance certainly resonate with our experience and observations in many countries and require continued attention.
Anne Linn
01:03:08
https://gh.bmj.com/content/bmjgh/6/3/e003257.full.pdf
Patrick Kachur
01:03:38
Thanks @KoyaAllen and @AnneLinn
Valentina Buj
01:05:42
Were you able to get disaggregated data: are any countries going down to the district level (or health zone) of where CHWs are active?
Sunanda Reddy
01:12:03
engaging families must be seen as integral to internal collaboration for access to services and uptake is Important
Anne Linn
01:13:51
https://www.childhealthtaskforce.org/subscribe
Eric Swedberg
01:14:08
the four main themes highlighted in the paper could very well speak to overall community health programs and they were also highlighted in the Institutionalizing Community Health Conference earlier this year.
Na'ima Nasir
01:14:18
Thanks!! Great presentation.
Sita Strother
01:14:55
Feel free to send feedback on the webinar in the chat! You can also send to childhealthtaskforce@jsi.com.
Anne Linn
01:15:09
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Sunanda Reddy
01:15:32
Thank you for the presentation providing food for thought.
Sita Strother
01:15:51
These links and the webinar recording and presentation will be shared with everyone who registered. Thank you so much to everyone for joining!
Joseph Monehin
01:15:57
Great presentation.Kudos Dr Koya.
Jehan Ahmed
01:16:01
Thank you!